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Conversions for liquids, a chart showing metric, imperial and US measures and their equivalents



 

LIQUID CONVERSIONS –
IMPERIAL, METRIC AND US CUPS

It can be very annoying
when you come across a recipe you would like to try but the
ingredients are given in unfamiliar measurements.  

Help is at hand – here
are some conversions for liquid featuring Imperial, Metric and US
cups.  No excuse now!

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     IMPERIAL

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       METRIC

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       US CUPS

?
fl oz

15
ml

1
level tablespoon

1
fl oz

30
ml

1/8
cup

2
fl oz

60
ml

?

3
fl oz

90
ml

3/8
cup

4
fl oz

125
ml

?
cup

5
fl oz / ? pint

150
ml

2/3
cup

6
fl oz

175
ml

?
cup

8
fl oz

250
ml

1
cup

10
fl oz/ ? pint

300
ml

1
? cups

12
fl oz

375
ml

1
? cups

16
fl oz

500
ml

2
cups

20
fl oz / 1 pint

600
ml

2
? cups

1
? pints

900
ml

3
? cups

1
? pints

1
litre

4
cups / 1 quart

2
pints

1
? litres

1
? quarts

2
1/3 pints

1
? litres

3
US pints

3
? pints

2
litres

2
quarts

EXACT
CONVERSIONS

  

1
British pint (20 fl oz)

568
ml / 0.568 litres

 

16
fl oz

473
ml / 0.473 litres

1
US Pint

 

The above conversion for
fluids has hopefully proved useful but if you ever need to know how many teaspoons in a table spoon;
what is meant by a ’rounded’ tablespoon; or how much 3 level tablespoons of
flour weigh then check out this page.